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Mis.s Ellen Horton is quite 111. Miss K. Knight is visiting friends ip Quinoy. Miss Fannie Duy is visiting friendo in Ypsilauti. Mrs. Luey Clark is visiting' friend iu Ypsilanti. Dora Smith is entertaining guest f rom out of town. Mrfc. Wallace has returned from her Western trip mueh rcfreshed. Miss Julia King has returued from ir onth's sojourn in Tennesee. Misi Grace Huntington is entertain ing a friend froin Minnesota. A large number of Milan people lety for Detroit, Monday morning. Chas. Kelsey's new house is complet ed and it is a fine residence. Charles Wilson and wife have re turned from their uorthern trip. George Hanson, of Calumet, is visit Ing Milan friends for a few days. Mrs. Chas. Thompson gave a tea tq a few frieuds Thursday afternoon. H. W. Edwards has returned to Milan and will settlc here lor good. Prof. G. A. Dennison, of Ypsilanti visited Milan friends, Thursday anJ Priday. Master Kennith Markham, of Ann Arbor, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. G. R. iWilliams for a few weeks. John OHver has traded his houst, and lot iu Milan for a small farm ia Agusta. The family will move in tha faïl. Mr. and Mrs. Hulbert, of Minnesota wüo have becu the gucsts of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eouse for a few days, lef for Aim Arbor Monday afternoon . Mrs. Webster, of Milán, was married to Mr. Piert, the Fourth of July. Mr. I'ici t s hoiiey-moon was of short du ral ton, as Mr. Webster returned nnc did nót Uke being the hero of an Enoeh Arden poem, so Mrs. Webster had to inak' up her mimi last Tuesday tha Ihree hearts couldn"t beat as oue. It wouldn't work at all. The husbands have vanished. She is living with her m o tli er.